You get the commentary, but what were the moves? Sorry if it's too hard or too easy, it's difficult to judge when making it.
Been the most common opening move for a long time
Keeping it symmetrical
Challenging the centre
Instead of conceding the centre, black prevents any quick castling by white
White cannot take the pawn, so prepares to take it safely.
Protecting the pawn. Also, the bishop can now pin the knight.
White sacs the pawn so he can get the tempo to play d4
But black keeps the useful diagonal.
White's storming in! he won't leave that bishop alone.
The simple solution, keeping things tidy and providing a hideaway.
Black goes for a pawn of his own.
Risky. This could just be to allow castling soon.
Pinning the d4 pawn against the threat of a fork.
Attacking the knight and preparing to castle.
Defending the knight
White relieves the tension, though this allows black to open up his queen.
Nevertheless, black pushes, bolstering the knight in place.
White seeks to remove this new defender but
Black cooly backs it up with another pawn
Bringing the second knight onto its most common opening square
Threatening to take c4
Stopping the threat and driving back the bishop
Better than the rook option
13. * 13... *
Safety first for both players.
Here the queen will help the queenside push
The most naturally agressive pawn move
And black decides that the rooks are going to go!
Keeping the A file.
Wanting the sac on C5
So 3 pieces protect D4
Black can then kick the knight next move
Forking the bishop and pawn
The expected sac
Better than the aimless check.
Setting up a queen swap
Off go the queens
Well the pawn wasn't going to just sit there
Doesn't take the rook just yet. The attack on the bishop is better than the exchange.
Saving the rook and protecting the bishop if his opponent flees.
Decides to take off the bishops...
But there's one more trick. This gains tempo and cannot be attacked immedietly so is a good pawn win.
Aiming to pin it after it's defended.
Obvious. Wins the piece back and defends the knight.
The pin, and attacks the pawn for good measure.
Threatening to win the rook
Taking the pawn.
The expected check
Towards the centre to help out
Saves the rook and hits the knight
The check saves the rook with a tempo
Hugging the H pawn.
Hitting the isolated pawn
Losing the C file to protect it.
Winning the F5 pawn
Delays the capture one move
The check still wins the pawn.
Might as well challenge the knight
And after the capture, black resigned.